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In this series of liveProjects, you’ll wear the hat of a cloud engineer working for the Cumberland City Council. You’ve been assigned to address performance issues caused by an increase in traffic to its website. Your tasks are to migrate the public static website hosted on-premises to Amazon S3, then migrate two on-premises serverless web applications to AWS Lambda. You’ll get hands-on experience using a serverless framework for deployment and implementing a continuous integration/continuous deployment (CI/CD) pipeline. For each application, you’ll register a real domain and configure subdomains. Quickly and economically scale up your web applications while increasing performance, availability, and security.
I learned more than I expected to learn. I thought this was just about deploying a static website on S3, but there is much more.
I like the deep dive into AWS and serverless. Sometimes, I think I have to read a couple hundred pages of documentation before running a serverless architecture on AWS and a couple hundred more pages to secure it, but the author demonstrates I can skip a lot of documentation and be up and running!
This liveProject series is for engineers who are responsible for securely migrating on-prem applications to the cloud. To begin these liveProjects you’ll need to be familiar with the following:TOOLS
In this series of liveProjects, you’ll learn to migrate and upgrade public websites and web applications hosted on-premises to the AWS public cloud. You’ll also learn to secure AWS services associated with these websites and web applications. With these skills you’ll be ready to quickly and economically scale while increasing performance and availability and providing a secure user experience:
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